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Zodiac 100521158 Room Fogger, 3-Ounce, 3-Pack

4.1 out of 5 stars 56 customer reviews
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  • Kills fleas, ticks, cockroaches, ants, spiders, mosquitoes and other listed insects
  • Prevents flea reinfestation for 7 months
  • Treats up to 1,125 square feet
  • Leaves no lingering odor or sticky mess
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Product Description

Zodiac fogger 3oz 3pack. Kills fleas, ticks, cockroaches, ants, spiders, mosquitoes and silverfish. Dual-action formula provides the quickest, easiest and most economical way to treat the indoor environment.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B007R4I17Q
  • Item model number: 100521158
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,906 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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By Yarii: 50 shades of blonde TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 10, 2010
Sometimes just using a topical flea treatment like Frontline or Advantage on your pet is not enough if you live in an area where there is a serious flea infestation. I found this out the hard way last summer. Hot, humid weather really brings out the fleas. Not to mention a neighbor of mine who lets his cats loaded with fleas roam the neighborhood.

You have to attack the problem three ways: outdoor environment, indoor environment and the pet itself, yet do it safely.

Zodiac FleaTrol is the indoor solution to my flea problem. Last year was the first time I've had to "fog" since 1993 (before Program and the various topical flea treatments were available for pets).

I always buy the 3 pack of X-O-Trol. This seems to be the right amount for a 1000 square foot condo with vaulted ceilings. Just don't OVERKILL on the number of foggers you place - it can be deadly! I remember a news story from a couple years ago where a woman placed double the amount of cans of fogger in her house and the pilot light from her water heater ignited the vapors and blew the house up.

It's obvious some preparations need to be made before using the fogger. The "most" important and I hope it's obvious -- REMOVE ALL YOUR PETS! You and your pets need to be outside for several hours. I crate the cats and let my dog run in the backyard, while I take it easy on the deck on a nice day.

Turn off the thermostat, unplug the refrigerator and put out any pilot lights if you have gas. Put away all food, pet food, water bowls, etc. so the insecticide can't contaminate anything. Make sure all the windows and doors are closed tight or the fogger will be wasted. Upon re-entry, wash off all countertops and any place your cats would lay (window sills).
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I used this product about 2 weeks ago in my small house, one in every room but the kitchen, and I have to say I am impressed. Our flea problem wasn't terrible, but I had bites on me feet everyday from them. There was no smell, and surprisingly no residue either like I had been hearing from others. I have not seen a single flea since. HOWEVER, we did this along with treating our 2 cats with Revolution (from the vet) the night before, and we sprayed our yard at the same time. Since then, we have been flea free!
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I don't usually write reviews, but I think everyone should read mine if you have fleas. I spotted fleas on my cats about 3 weeks ago. A trip to the Vet confirmed it. The Vet gave the pets Capstar pills to kill the ADULT fleas (it will not kill anything else). The fleas dropped off. I bathed them using Dawn dishwashing liquid. That cleaned them up. I kept them in the garage and kept giving the Capstar pills, for a couple of days while I approached the fleas in the house. I had a moderate infestation, but with a 14 room, 7,000 sq. ft. house, I wasn't taking chances. I got a hold of Zodiac Flea Foggers. First of all, if you think 1 fogging is going to kill these buggers, forget it. I recommend having a conversation with the VERY HELPFUL staff at the company that makes the Zodiac Foggers. I learned that vacuuming everyday is THE best thing to do, in addition to the foggers. WHY? Because this is the only way you will remove the pupae stage of the flea from the carpets, etc. - which is impossible to kill. And this is what hatches the fleas. So, vacuum, vacuum, every single day. Don't skip it or you are back to square one. If your pet has been in any spot in your house you must treat it! If the pet never goes in a room of the house, chances are you won't get fleas there. Wear white sox while vacuuming to determine the amount of your infestation. You will see them on the sox. Tiny ones just haven't bitten anything yet. But they will! So, I set off a fogger in every room of my house. About 8 days later I still had fleas, but not as much. Meanwhile I used flea spray under all chairs, couches, etc. Think of a fogger as a fine mist rain - it will only treat where the fine mist falls down onto. After finding the fleas again 8 days later, I fogged the whole house again.Read more ›
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As I write this my roommate and I are fighting a serious flea infestation. Despite the fact the dog isn't allowed in my bedroom, my room is ground zero for the infestation. We've managed to beat back the flea problem in every room except mine. This product was probably the best one we've used (including calling an exterminator)

This fogger is particularly good because it has both a flusher and a insect growth regulator (IGR). The flusher is a type of pyrethrin which quickly kills adults and flushes them out of cracks and crevices so they can be exposed to the IFR. The IGR in this product (methoprene) prevents flea larva from maturing into adults which bite and lay eggs. Professional exterminators often refer to methoprene as Precor. There are other IGRs also Nylar (ethoxyl pyridine), Gentrol (hydroprene). It helps to know the chemicals and commercial names of all these products when you are shopping around.

We've tried just about every spray and fogger you can buy in stores. Most foggers you find in hardware stores (even the ones for fleas) only contain a flusher. This will kill the adults but leave maturing larva and eggs behind and inevitably you will be reinfested. We made this mistake with the first foggers we bought. The second set of foggers we bought contained Nylar (ethoxyl pyridine). They really seemed to work 4-5 days later we started finding fleas again.

So finally after reading reviews and really understanding the chemicals that professionals use, I picked out these foggers. We used probably twice as much fogger as we needed. I think one box is good for over 2000sq ft, and our house is only about 1000 sq ft. They worked much better than anything else.
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